HP Disk Enclosure Fan Module
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Part number: 5697-0978
Published: June 201 1
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Before you begin
Observe the following precautions when replacing a fan
changes the air flow within the enclosure. Both fan
modules must be installed for the enclosure to cool
properly. If a fan module fails, leave it in place in
the enclosure until a new fan is available to install.
Parts can be damaged by electrostatic discharge.
Use proper anti-static protection. Refer to the
documentation that shipped with your system for
Port-colored (purple) latches on
components like the fan module means the
component is hot-swappable. It can be removed
and replaced without having to power the system
There are two fan modules on the back of the disk
Figure 1 Fan module locations
1. Fan 1
Removing a fan module significantly
Figure 1 (page 1)
2. Fan 2